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  • Digital Citizenship Week October 19th-23rd
  • Friendly reminder to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
  • Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bell: 1595
SENIOR YEAR DURING A PANDEMIC- During previous years, seniors looked forward to activities such as grad night, homecoming, and prom as they reached their final months as highschoolers. Yet due to the pandemic, numerous senior activities have been cancelled, leaving the Class of 2021 with mixed feelings. “I was looking forward to prom because that’s the big event we are all looking forward to and saving money for,” Daniela Gonzalez, a senior, said.

A Senior Year Like No Other

Melissa Ponce, Editor in Chief of Design
December 15, 2020
THE RESULTS ARE IN-  The MACES Class of 2024 elections revealed the new officers who will represent the freshmen during their first year as high schoolers.

Class of 2024 Election Results

Melissa Ponce, Editor in Chief of Design
November 12, 2020
A PASSION FOR READING- A new student-run club, Becoming Bookworms, organized by six MACES students plans to provide access to free books to those in low-income communities. Their passion stems from their hope to expand educational opportunities despite socio-economic status. “Knowledge opens so many doors and what better way to learn than by reading a great book?” Jamie Cardona, a Becoming Bookworm member, said.

Becoming Bookworms

Melissa Ponce, Editor in chief of design
October 29, 2020
Due to the coronavirus, back to school for students is unlike any year before. As a result, students have switched to online learning, which is paired with a new set of barriers and technical difficulties. “I have a lot of [technical] difficulties when it comes to online learning...I’ve been kicked out of Zoom calls before,” Abril Zuniga, a junior, said.

Students Face a Glitchy Back to School

Melissa Ponce, Editor in Chief of Design
October 1, 2020
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